Specialist FMH in Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology
|since 2006 ||He is nominated as Associate-Professor of Shanghaï Tiao Tong University School of Medical
|since 2006 ||He is Consultant Shoulder Surgeon at the Orthopaedic Department of University Hospital of Geneva (HUG).
|2011 ||Dr GAZIELLY is elected as a Consultant Shoulder Surgeon in Genolier.
|1999–2011 ||Dr GAZIELLY has developed several Shoulder Units in Middle–East: Hamad Medical Corporation in Doha–Qatar, Khoula Hospital in Mascat–Sultanate of Oman, Saoudi German Hospital in Jeddah–Saoudia Arabia Kingdom, Dubaï Hospital in Dubaï–United Arabs Emirates.
|1999–2009 ||He headed the Shoulder Unit of the Institut de la Main in Paris
|1986–1999 ||Dr GAZIELLY created and developed the first French Private Shoulder Unit in Saint-Etienne.
|1985 ||After his residency and fellowship in Orthopaedic Surgery in Lyon (1976-1984), he did a shoulderfellowship at the University of Toronto and the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital of New-York (Dr Charles S. Neer II).
|1974–1975 ||He was Army Medical Officer in Africa (Gabon)
|1968–1974 ||Born in Paris in 1949. Dr GAZIELLY graduated and obtained his MD at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Lyon
|2003 ||Elected as Member of “Academie Nationale de Chirurgie”
|1994 ||Elected as Active Member of the European Society for Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (SECEC)
|1993 ||Founding President of the French Society for Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (GEEC)
|1989 ||Elected as Corresponding Member of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES).
Dr Gazielly has devoted 30 years of his professional life as an orthopedic surgeon exclusively to the shoulder joint.
Of the over 25,000 shoulders that he has consulted on 6,300 required surgical intervention, primarily by means of arthroscopic microsurgery. The remainder were “cured” or stabilized by rehabilitation.
His approach of the patient, as an orthopedic surgeon specialized in the shoulder, is based on 3 fundamental principles :
- Establish a diagnosis of the lesion in question as accurately as possible by listening to the patient, conducting a full clinical examination, and following through with a specific imaging
- Discuss with the patient, a complete range of treatment options, both surgical and non-surgical, based on their age, medical history, and functional demands
- Explain to the patient, that manual rehabilitation based of simple basic exercises and specialized professional care taken by a motivated patient is unavoidable; whether the shoulder is operated on or not.
It takes 5 years to learn how to operate a shoulder. It takes 10 years to learn how to be "good" at operating a shoulder.
It takes 20 years to learn when "not" to operate on a shoulder...
Dr GAZIELLY has published several scientific papers on Shoulder in International Journals
He is the author of two books: “The cuff”, Elsevier International, Paris 1997 414 pages (in English),and “Daily physiotherapy and surgery of the Shoulder. An experience of 20 years”. Sauramps Medical, Montpellier, 1999 and 2006, 284 pages, (in French).
He has contributed as invited speaker to many International Meetings and Conferences on Shoulder.
Dr GAZIELLY organized and chaired 3 International Conferences : European Symposium of the Shoulder. The Cuff (Saint–Etienne, 1997), First International Conference on Shoulder, Arthroplasty (Paris 2000), Second International Conference on Shoulder Arthroplasty (Paris 2005).